2023 Chevy Bolt EUV Configurator Live11
The online configurator tool for the 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV has gone live on the American automaker’s website. The web-based tool allows prospective buyers of the battery-electric subcompact crossover to equip the vehicle with different features and options and view a complete pricing summary, somewhat simplifying the process of shopping for a new GM vehicle.
The 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV continues with only minor changes from the outgoing 2022 model year. The biggest change is the starting price, which is now $6,300 less expensive at $28,195. The other major changes are the addition of the new Radiant Red Tintcoat exterior color, which replaces Cherry Red Tintcoat, as well as the addition of the new Redline Edition package. The Redline Edition package includes black and red Bolt EUV badging, red exterior accent decals on the outside mirror caps, 17-inch gloss black-painted aluminum wheels with red accents and an available Jet black leather interior with red accent stitching.
All 2023 Bolt EUV models come standard with a single, front axle-mounted electric motor rated at 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque, which receives energy from a 65 kWh lithium-ion battery. This setup provides an EPA estimated driving range of 247 miles.
Production of the Chevy Bolt EUV at the GM Lake Orion plant in Michigan began July 21st after the initial start date was pushed back in May for undisclosed reasons. The 2023 Chevy Bolt EV also entered production on the same day.
GM is hoping to bolster sales of the Chevy Bolt EUV and Bolt EV last year after the two nameplates received negative publicity from its battery fire recall. As a result, the Bolt will have the second-highest ad spend at Chevy this year behind only the Chevy Silverado lineup, garnering it additional coverage online, in print and on radio and television.
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In an article about the configurator on their website, why do you not include a link to the configurator on their website?
From your lips to gods ears…I was thinking the same think now hoping between multiple articles that mention this….thats the new writers! WE ARE DOOMED. Do they have to be told everything by feedback. If you write and article and mention a idea maybe one should include the location of that if the goal is to sell it especially!
If Chev decides to put these on a little bit of a discount next year, that means a nicely optioned premier could be 29-30k. Then maybe a ev rebate will happen? We could be looking at a 22-23k electric car. If my better half is interested in it, this could be a good fit for a second family vehicle. While I wouldn’t necessarily want it as my daily I wouldn’t mind cruising around in it to save on filling up my guzzling truck.
Funny how Chevrolet has a configurator active for 2023, but Cadillac does not.
Not really. If you check the Cadillac site, they have a configurator for the 2023 Escalade.
The Bolt EUV isn’t a new product, so it’s not unusual for the next model year to be available sooner, just like the Escalade isn’t a new model.
The CT4 still shows the 2022 model, albeit with the latest higher prices and interest rates.
I’m still waiting on my Bolt EUV Premier 2022 since 17th of August last year. It been laying around the Orion Plant for 2 months since it was built. Now they say they have been building the 2023 for a month??? hahaha I guess mine must have a dead battery just laying there doing nothing, I’m starting to think why GM should make cars when they don’t deliver the one’s they have,
That stinks man. I hear some people are ordering cars from two dealerships and grabbing what comes first. It sounded crummy at first but I understand. I ordered a vehicle last year and 4 months later I just bought something on the lot. I don’t think mine was ever even ordered due to dealership ignorance, but who knows.
On the show “Naked & Afraid”, the contestants are allowed to bring two items to help in their survival. One recently chose to bring his Bolt to help start campfires.
Oh come on. That’s not going to be very effective.
A Bolt might might burn down your whole campsite.
While the new Bolts are being built with which I assume must be safer batteries, when do I receive my 2021 replacement battery as it’s one that has been recalled.